The field of education is growing and changing to match the needs of the modern student. The Curriculum and Teaching strand allows you to be a resource for student learning and achievement.
To earn a masters degree in the Curriculum & Teaching strand, students must complete the following:
Curriculum and Instruction (EDAD 570)
The course provides an examination of past and present curriculum practices, major groups and individuals in society who influence curriculum, trends and innovations in curriculum, approaches to evaluation of curriculum experiences, professional techniques of curriculum development and the role of pupils, teachers, administrators, parents and other groups in shaping curriculum.
Supervision and Professional Development (EDAD 574)
The course includes recruitment, selection, evaluation and professional development necessary to elevate classroom instruction in your school.
Learning Styles and Needs: Exceptional Children (EDIS 530)
Study of the diversity and dynamics of learning styles and needs of children with specific learning and developmental disabilities.
Curriculum and Instructor for Online Learners (EDIS 565)
Design and implement online learning experiences that employ effective online instructional and collaborative learning strategies to maximize, maintain and management teacher and student use of online digital tools in technology-rich learning environments.
The Leader: Facilitator of Innovation and Strategic Management (EDSP 630)
Learn about leadership theories, models and strategies that have laid the foundation for the evolution of many leadership practices that exist today. Areas of emphasis will be leadership and strategic management, innovation and creative process, creative problem solving and decision making, strategic planning and organizing, continuous improvement and team building and group dynamics.
Program Development: Curriculum Design and Delivery (EDSP 634)
This course will focus on the development of programs, curriculum and delivery methods.
Have questions about the program? Contact Dr. Skip Cindric, [email protected]